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Helicopter Photos

Posted: Wed Nov 22, 2006 9:56 pm
by mark
Hi guys,

I'm currently updating the aircraft register and I'm looking for a few helicopter photos to keep it up to date. If anyone has any of the photos I would appreciate it if you let me use them on the register. Many thanks in advance.

EI-CAW Bell 206
EI-CMW Rotorway Executive
EI-CWL Robinson R22
EI-DML Bell 206B
EI-EMG Robinson R22
EI-GTY Robinson R22
EI-GWT Bell 206
EI-LAJ Robinson R44
EI-LOC Robinson R44
EI-MJR Robinson R44
EI-MPW Robinson R44
EI-NBD Robinson R44
EI-ODD Bell 206B
EI-PEC Robinson R44
EI-RON Robinson R44
EI-SWD Robinson R44
EI-TGF Robinson R22

Posted: Thu Nov 23, 2006 5:57 pm
by Vertical T/O
Here are a few, 2 photos of NDB and EMG. Also group photo I beleive the complete order right to left MJR,NDB,EXG,TGF,MAG(New Paint since overhaul),GTY

EI-NDB
Image
EI-NDB
Image
EI-EMG
Image
EI-EMG and EI-EXG
Image
EI-MJR,EI-NDB,EI-EXG,EI-TGF,EI-MAG,EI-GTY
Image

Posted: Thu Nov 23, 2006 7:32 pm
by corkspotter
Evening vertical,

Any chance you could tell me where these helicopters are based?

Regards,

Paul

Posted: Thu Nov 23, 2006 11:01 pm
by hugoj_air
Hi Vertical,

The last three look like Oranmore, is that right. But could you
say where the car park is where and when NDB landed.

Thanks,
Hugo.

Posted: Fri Nov 24, 2006 2:58 pm
by Vertical T/O
They are all based at Oranmore with Executive Helicopters. NBD is in the carpark of Ard Ri in Waterford. Hotel closed so no cars. NBD in the air over Connemara. In formation with EI-RAV

Posted: Fri Nov 24, 2006 8:43 pm
by hugoj_air
Thanks for that Vertical.

NBD is in the carpark of Ard Ri in Waterford. Hotel closed so no cars.
I had previously heard that the Ard Ri was a landing area. Any idea
of a date.

Regards,
Hugo.

Posted: Sat Nov 25, 2006 6:49 am
by Vertical T/O
Not sure what you mean by landing site. As far as I know it is going to be made into office block.

Posted: Sat Nov 25, 2006 11:19 am
by CVR
Hey Vertical, location Aberdeen :?: :? Must have met your double during the week and every other day in EICM :lol:

Posted: Sat Nov 25, 2006 9:03 pm
by hugoj_air
Hi Vertical,

I'm working on an historical database of all sites in Ireland used
for aviation of any discription and that would include places like
the Ard Ri hotel. To date I have over 1300 seperate sites listed
and its growing by the day. If you know of any more likethat I
would be very interested. BTW did you have a date for NDB landing
there.

Thanks,
Hugo.

Posted: Sun Nov 26, 2006 3:18 pm
by CVR
Hugo, from donegal i see, something tells me your looking for landing fees for the ard ri hotel.............maybe im wrong. But i cant see what interest you would have in the date and time a heli landed at a certain spot. Lots of helicopters use the Ard Ri on a weekly basis, i have been in there at least 20 times since it was sold. :?

Posted: Sun Nov 26, 2006 4:44 pm
by hugoj_air
Just the date, CVR. Mind you I wonder if I invoiced all those who use
the Ard Ri, would they send on the landing fee's to ME :wink: :wink:
Just more info for my database, nothing else. Certainly nothing more sinster than that. I'm intrigued now. You say you've flowen in about twenty times since the hotel closed. Is it regarded as a regular landing
pad or just a temporary place until the redevelopment starts. And if
you could help me with some more similar landing areas, I would be
most greatful.

Hugo.

Posted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 6:19 pm
by Vertical T/O
CVR your very suspicious. Hugo that Heli goes there every week. That photos was from 23/06/06. You can include Abbey Glen in Clifden, Armada in Spanish Point, there is a marina on the river in Ballinasloe (cant remember name), my garden, CVRs garden and any other hotel or pilots garden. Too many to mention. Hope this helps. Helis land everywhere.

Posted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 7:27 pm
by hugoj_air
Thanks for the date, Vertical. I'm used to suspition, get it all the time. I have Abbey Glen already listed, but not the other named sites you mentioned. Yep any garden or field could become a helipad for the day
or more permenent if the neighbours or the local council dont stick their
noses in. Someone once suggested to me there was just one helipad, it's called IRELAND. I tell you that would simplify things a lot. Anyway if
anyone knows of other locations used, even one off's and not just helis,
I would be interested. Co-ords or o/s grids would be most welcome.

Thanks,
Hugo.

Posted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 7:43 pm
by CVR
Hugo, a list of some sites used...........

Glenloe Abbey Hotel Galway
Galway Bay hotel salthill
Connemara coast spiddle
Ashford Castle
Dromoland Castle
Paddy Burkes pub clarinbridge galway
Executive Helicopters Oranmore
Clare Inn hotel newmarket on fergus co.clare
Shannon shamrock Hotel Bunratty
Radisson hotel limerick
Adare Manor Hotel
Europe hotel killarney
Waterville house hotel
Aghadoe heights hotel killarney

I could go on, may post more in a couple of days, hope this helps........

Posted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 10:05 pm
by hugoj_air
Much appriciated CVR,

Just two are new to me Paddy Burkes and Glenloe Abbey. Thank you
very much for your time and efford on the list. As I have been working
on the database for over seven years now, many locations do repete
over time. I collate data from many different sources, so it's not surprising that any list I get will have relatively few locations that
are new. That said any help is always very welcome.

Thank you,
Hugo.